If you would like to study in Indonesia, click on the tabs below to find out about top universities in Indonesia, popular cities for students, how much you’ll need to budget, and how to get a student visa.
Indonesia provides a vibrant, multi-cultural environment for international students. Many master’s degree programs, especially those at private institutions, are taught in English or other languages for students not proficient in the Indonesian language. MBA programs taught in English are especially popular. Made up of thousands of islands, Indonesia (meaning ‘Indian Islands’) has become one of the world's major emerging economies, with the largest economy in Southeast Asia. Indonesia is a melting pot of contrasts and diversity, with hundreds of distinct ethnic groups, languages and cultures. It’s also home to some of the most prestigious universities in the region, offering a vibrant study abroad experience.